September 03, 2021
A $200 million mixed-use development is under construction in west Huntsville that will eventually include more than 800 residential units.
Upland Park, located on Enterprise Way near an entrance to Cummings Research Park, will cover 60 acres and feature multifamily and senior-living residences, restaurants, retail, office and entertainment as well as public green space, according to the announcement Tuesday.
The development will be anchored by HQ, which developer Nicol Investment Company described as a “creative office and retail project” co-developed with Nashville-based Vintage South.
The development is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.
It’s a Nashville project, so to speak, with Nicol as well as architectural firms Centric Architecture and ESA joining Vintage South in all being based in Music City USA. A partner in the development, Vitality Living, is located in the Nashville suburb of Brentwood.
The master plan includes The Kelvin, a 301-unit Class-A community; Vitality at Upland Park, a 189-unit Class-A senior-care project and The Collins, a 334-unit Class-A multifamily community featuring 150 Big House units designed by Humphreys & Partners.
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